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 Category:  Spiritual Poetry
  Posted: August 14, 2018      Views: 176

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Exceptional
This work has reached the exceptional level
Daily challenge of walking w mental illness and trusting God
"Walking Still" by Flyaway1
Waking up all pain,
grabbing for hope.
This I don't share.
This is the hardest part,
trying to stay alive.
Staring at all the steps,
I don't think I can take,
but I trust.....
Because I am thinking
about Jesus and
how he walked everyday.
He walked with all that big pain.
Walked straight up that hill
to his death.
Then He nailed it, that pain.
So yes....
I am going to walk today,
taking the hard steps.
Trusting....
Because who knows?
The sun just might shine
and I want to be there.
No, not going to miss that.

This is for you my son,
who walks in pain.
You are never alone.


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Looking for the best God poem you have , you decide how,

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I have lived with mental illness for 30 years or more. It is a battle on every level to choose to live and stay engaged w life.
Medication and therapy can only do so much, but faith in God trumps all. Faith that I can do the hard things.
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